April 9, 2014
Gardeners and landscapers are read for their busy season. Hopefully, if she needs yard work done she's already called and made an appointment for a Spring clean-up. Otherwise she might have to wait, because from my experience it's hard to find good help, and the good guys fill up fast prior to spring. I once had what looked like a jungle of twines on the side of my house; it looked nasty, thorny, thick and difficult to remove. When I hired someone to do a spring clean up I specifically noted the need to make the twine jungle disappear. This was my main need.
On clean-up day they did everything but the twiny stuff. I pointed it out, but they said they never knew. I contacted the salesperson who said he would swing by my house whenever he was in the area to take some whacks at it, ending with a request for my payment as soon as possible. Anyone smelling something wrong here? Honestly, I had to write the owner of the company a letter explaining my situation, and he obliged and sent a worker right over. The job ended up taking someone 15 minutes, I kid you not. Most women, when faced with a problem, especially where they were not given their values worth, especially when money (or children) are involved, will make some noise. How is she sounding off about you?
She buzz words
Right now she could be
Dropping off a prescription
Waiting in a oil change
She could be a
"Why does fried food have to be so bad for you"
She's shopping at a
Make up Counter
"What comes first the cream or the coffee in the cup?"
She's protective of her food
She's had one-too-many items of food either taken or sampled from out of her office refrigerator. A new sandwich bag that looks like it has mold inside should keep the coworkers away from her food. www.thinkofthe.com
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